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Janette and Anne are sisters who own Eclipse N.I Training and Development, and recently participated in the Enterprising Women Growth programme.
After a long and highly successful career in corporate Human Resources, culminating with a senior role at the Walt Disney Company, Sue Isaacson decided to set up her own HR consulting business, in her home town of Cambridge.
Madhuri Warren set up Pathology Diagnostics Ltd in 2008 to fully realise her passion for helping scientists to develop cancer drugs and diagnostic tests for hospital clinic use.
Kate Wilde set up in business in July 2000; at the time she was a single parent and needed to find full-time employment to support her daughter and herself.
Karen Finch had been working in the administration side of the hearing care industry for some years, reaching the dizzy heights of Company Secretary before she decided to train to become a hearing aid audiologist.
Joanna Fuller-Gray set up her business as she wanted the flexibility of working around her family, whilst generating an income. One of her two school-age children has autism and Joanna wanted to be able to be proactive for him when…
Anita Moss saw an opportunity to help families find local tutors in a more efficient way and wanted to see if she could build a viable business by solving this problem for them.
Frances is the President Elect of the British Institute of Verbatim Reporters and is described by some as being a total communicator.
Jessica Chivers is what marketing spin doctors might call a ‘mumpreneur’. At 28 she’s achieved a lot as 'The Thinking Woman’s Coach' and as a new mother she’s seen fresh opportunities to develop women’s minds.
Diane started Anthias Consulting in mid 2005 after launching and running an applications lab for a scientific instrument distribution company.